After a difficult first quarter in which the FTSE All-Share index lost almost 7 per cent and the MSCI World more than 2 per cent, April has seen a return to better form.
May begins tomorrow and seasoned investors might recall the old adage ‘Sell in May and go away, don’t come back t
One of the biggest challenges a do-it-yourself investor faces is finding the cream of the crop among the thousands of funds all aiming to do the same thing - beat the market and their peers.
There are clear dangers for markets ahead, including the Russian bear and a mountain of debt that has built up around the world.
Only 43 per cent of UK equity funds that were being operated at the start of 2008 were still going at the end of 2017, according to research carried out by
While comparisons with China make India look sluggish, reforms should boost its stock market.
Stormy equity markets the past three months have impacted on the share prices of many investment trusts, pushing dividend yields upwards - and throwing out new opportunities for income-seekers.
Small companies are something of a misnomer, given that the term captures companies with market capitalisations below £1 billion.
The UK stock market has had a miserable first quarter and is impacting investors’ lives.